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  1. Erik Satie - Gymnopedie No. 1 Piano Tutorial. French composer Erik Satie published three piano pieces called "Gymopedies", the first one in They are melancholic, atmospheric pieces with a unique sound, and became quite famous. The "Gymnopedie No. 1" (Premiere Gymnopedie) starts with an alternating progression of two major seventh chords.
  2. Piano music. [Erik Satie; Roland Pöntinen] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Compact disc. Performer(s): Roland Pöntinen, piano. Event notes: Recorded at Danderyd Grammar School, Sweden, Mar. , Description.
  3. Sonata no. 2 in Phrygian Key / Ballade on a Theme of Mart Saar / Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Piano / The Retreating Soldier's Song / Ave Maria Eduard Tubin ; Roland Pöntinen, Nils‐Erik Sparf, Pekka Savijoki, Lund's Student Choral Society, Janåke Larson, Neeme Järvi.
  4. Swedish pianist Roland Pöntinen represents Szymanowski's Impressionist and "popular" periods on this recording which displays the virtuosity and interpretative sensitivity for which Pöntinen is known. He leads with the Piano Sonata No. 3, the composer's last major work for solo piano. Based in Impressionism, the sonata achieves a synthesis.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Satie: Piano Works - Roland Pöntinen on AllMusic -
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  7. Roland Pöntinen plays Russian Piano Music. Composer: Aram Il'yich Khachaturian Sergey Prokofiev Sergey Rachmaninov Alexander Scriabin Dmitri Shostakovich Igor Stravinsky: Performer: Roland Pöntinen: Catalogue Number: BIS CD: EAN: Format: CD: Release date: Jan Total time: 56' Choose format. Tracks; Cast: Igor.
  8. Oct 17,  · Pöntinen is joined by the Stenhammar Quartet in the second movement of Schumann’s piano quintet, used by Bergman to great effect in the award-winning Fanny and Alexander. Another of the director’s favourite performers, the cellist Torleif Thedéen, also contributes to the project, with the sarabandes from three of Bach’s suites for solo.

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